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Dog Aggression: Training your Children

Posted by Lisa Goldberg on

Dog Aggression: Training your Children
For parents, children are a small menace who can be difficult to predict and control. For dogs, children are a medium-sized menace who can be difficult to predict - but a menace they rely on parents to control. Here are several important rules to put down. 

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Why do dogs wag their tails?

Posted by Ally Cohen on

Why do dogs wag their tails?
Most behavioural experts believe that tail-wagging is merely a sign of strong emotion. In lots of dogs, it usually equates to happiness, but it can also mean the dog is concerned or cautious about a new situation. 

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Why do dogs eat poop?

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Why do dogs eat poop?

There are lots of theories out there as to why they seem to enjoy this disgusting pastime, but the most widely accepted is that they’re trying to reclaim digested protein.

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30% Of Dogs Will Suffer With Separation Anxiety

Posted by Lisa Goldberg on

30% Of Dogs Will Suffer With Separation Anxiety

You have probably seen all of the signs: barking, whining, crying, having accidents indoors, destroying your possessions – all of these are symptoms of anxiety in your dog. Try Dog Music music to help soothe your pup making your life easier.

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Why does my dog eat grass?

Posted by Ally Cohen on

Why does my dog eat grass?
Dogs enjoy a little vegetation from time to time. Especially in the spring, when the grass is new and sweet, dogs are tempted to nibble on it.

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